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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, ltli.
AIDE OF CUPID
Cupid Stele This Girl Away,
Hints Aunt Who Is Hunting Her
POLICE LIEUTENANT DRUNK,
BOY ALLEGES AFTER FIGHT
IN THE BRONX
N KuJtUUncle and Handsome
Reward Pursues 15-Year-Old
TnvMtlr ttton f MM iitory triY flftcen-yr-oM
Marlon F.ge was mleelng and
that Ja-ob Doll. lh p1no man,
wwuM apesvl thmisanle In a search
for her. disclosed to-day that the- haalc.
ggMntlal fact la quit true Marlon Ege
M lft ioma. And o fir aa lh strange
nan w.th the graT nv.istaahe tha atrl-
clothea and the wlckag eyie It ron-
,rt--n who It n, h.ntad had fol
lowed In Marlon's fOOHWH for rtaya
and dnya-re1atlve wouldn't be a hit
urn ' If h turned m to he Oenrga
Oertp'.n. muatachleaa an 1 .-Ighteen, who
k... be, n mleelng from h!i home at Vo.
K Washington nvrni', tha Ttrunx.
a-.,, .. Marlon dtaa,npare,l Mra. Antone
Harm., Marlon's elstrr. nn unro-nnntlo
person, whoee hushnnd H "assolsted
with Mr Poll In the piano factory." M
wllllnir to hclleve tha ntlr have gone
aomi-where to get married
Barlv reports nf Marlon' dlsippmr
anr carried MPtlMH nf aevem-pevs-serge-
sutnmohlles, fashionable hoard
ing ao-hnols and doting, plnno-manufar.
turtne uncles who bad opened thalr
gtursrs ono and then forgotten What tha
trlng wi for.
Consequently a tVo" f reiportera wait
a aympevthetlvi4ly on tha stricken Mr.
Doll to-day awl nekert Mm for a pic
ture of Marlon ami some mora detstl.
Mnrlon" aald Mr. Ioll "Marlon?
I eiever heard of her. N'leceT. Freipoa
arom: naward? Out of tha question'
Brothin-m-law Interested at Ue fac
tory' Never had any knowledge of It'"
Than tha raportara with a laat faint
Mckar of hopa In thoir ayea, wanl
round to No. Ml Rant Ona Hundred
nd Thirty-ninth street, nnd were re-I1ev-I
to find that a Mra Antona Mnr
man really lived there. Thereupon It
develoix-d th.it Marlon had loft aohool
gome Umu since one of the moat ex
cluaive public grammar sc'iools In the
Bronn-to acquire a UiormiBh business
train. rn aa aJea girl In the cloak and
alt atore of I. Jacoby at No. UlNle Third
venue. Bhe had been frtendl) with a
young man named Chopin George Ch -pin
who hadn't been Been at hi home
On Monday afternoon ahe left the Ja
ooby itore oeveral houra earlier than
usual, and tlie tenia betwoan her leav
ing and her arrival nome naa not been
accounted for. On Tueaday ana tele
phoned to "later Antone that ahe would
pend the evening with another alster
who Uvea In Harlem. Neither eleter
baa aeen her atnee and there you are.
Aa for Mr. Doll denying he waa the
ehlld'a uncle, eald Mra. Herman well,
you know theae wealthy relatlvaa ! And
aa for Mr. Doll denying that Mr. Her
man waa aaaoclated with him at the
piano factory hadn't he been getting
pay envelope there every Saturday
far theae many yea re?
Marlon Ege. fifteen year old. nf No
1 Baat One Hundred and Thirty- j
ninth (treat, really la missing.
PUTS OUT PARK LIGHTS $10.
William Hartman of No. 7 Regent
place, Mrooklyn, bluahed brick red thila
nomine, when Magistrate Voortiees
eked him why he had ahlnned up an
alactrlc light pole In front of a pagoda
aa Prospect Park, laat night, and turned
off the light. Policeman Donnelly of
the Prospect Park station, arrested him.
"Your Honor." aald Hartman, when
ha could control his embarrassment.
' you sea. tltgts ae a young lady friend
with me and er r the light hurt hr
The Maglstrste smiled and observed
he thought he understood. Hartmann
was fined 110 as an example to other
overrhlvalrotis young man. whose sweet
hearts don't Uke park lights.
Try Uric-0 Free
Trial Bottle Free to All
avgS aaaslaalsLVK ' L-manmmmmL
Chirgfl Are Made Against LntUt.
Sullivan When Ik- Arrests Youth
Who Hit Him With Milk Bottle.
A Wirrint for the arre-t of Police
i, lent, cernwllm Ivlllyan .f Ihi Hmll
Inn en ie eUtlon mil a ke I for to-day
In rtllbugil Court by CtlfTO d Fel :helm
a youth living at No Olal Tenth
Mr. et Krldhclm WM hlnlM'.l a prla
one:. chitPfCd with am .sh.iig a MM
l,ottle on the l.leuten.nit'f, head,
i Adeordlng to the testimony offered to
I IfttlMtrtle V ohee". tie Mo itennnt.
a rag ltd an .i Idackface ndlMtrsli h s w fe
I duello1 all In II. in aqua and other
I g iet of a mivquir.i l.' ;'.irty. slopped
1st a HUOOn at Aenue i) and Coney
I-lind avenue after BlIdnlfM for a
night' P There wav a QUirTCl tetween
the merrymakers an l other patrons of
the place, of whom Feidielm aaa one.
According to FeMhelm. one of tha
maeq .e ders bfit h:m. H went out
and the p.illcett.an and his v. If e Is't,
the you til ran Up anJ, so o: ding to the
I pol.'em.-m, flourlob! a mllK 1 ottle and
I said "Now I've got you alone and
, I'm going to kill you!"
I Rutllvtni l"oWhalni aald, attacked him
. with heavy cane and bent h!m on
the head. He slid ha used ths milk
j b"t:)e In self de:enee.
l-'eliltieim ws- arreted In bed by Bul
' llvnn In the early IhOrntnf deap.te the
' p oteats of Kli brlda of thtee months
He was allowle.l to go under nail of
ff, n to gc n l.iyer .ml evidence with
siilell to bg k LTP a -ha.ge of Intoxica
tion ag ti ll Mill. van.
Mehnnle for Klectlon t'lerka.
i Mli:AUO, Nov. . MMOll of In
st IMllM for ci.-.-tlon Judges ari l clerks
will he OOndUOied. by the election com.
niHsloncra and the county clerk. It was
I announ . ed to-d ty, In the hope of oh
. vi.iilng at future ele. tlona tne delay 'n
, tabulating the nfletaj vote. The official
I returns were not announced until twenty-one
days after the police figuraa ha.1
hewn tabulated. T.ack of fa-nlllarlty with
tha election laws Is blamed for the
Letters of a Slim-Made
Woman to Her Fat Sister j
Seventh Letter: On the Fat Womin'i
Dr Juit out of tho bith ItitI
ratti -irlawinir and hutiffrMy ownltlnc tho
dinner none with tho appetite anl dlceo
ilon of a otevedore. And n-v u o bath e,a I
hadyou rnicnibr that bfora 1 toolt off
hat 00 pounde esrean wrtrht there uoo.1 to
M a tubfu) of-me and -a bucket of-wter.
and that I hnd to put myaeif thrnuth ifv
rel "rlnefnjra" to art rtd of the aonp.
Vou know ele. what a daily mlerv-iind
'leceaalty bathlnar uaad to be when 1 waa
at. But nw that I bftv sot rid of that
Plttai "diaplaeemant"-hana:d my name
ii "A va Iu Polaa" to "aymmetrlcal
tty," I cannot only talra a reaJ bath In
ni water, but in waoh my own back.
Now, ele. dear, don't furM to follow that.
harmleaa lormula I rave you you rrmem
ber it la W Marmoia powder. H oa.,
raics.ra Aromatic and SH ot. Peppermint
Water, a teaepoonful after meala and at
I baat you to ellmneee. but don't let me
kep too far In tha lead and rtmtmhir.
dear. It will Improve your dilation, your
hj with and complexion, and you can eat
what you Ilka, ba aa laay aa you choaaa and
kep oa renin thin Qv Marmoia a
peralatent trial and in tha and you will
win did your Bllm Made B.CTTT. Advt.
What's To Be Done
With Premature Wrinkles?
"SMILING BRIDGET" IS DEAD.
Children at (orlenr'n Hook Knew
Her aa I nlgne f'haraoter.
The children of the Corlear's Hook
nelghbortiood are to-day mourning the
loss of "nill!ng Brhlget." If aha ever
had another name none of them knew
It. Drklgct, who waa ahout forty yenra
old, wa a reneral worker for liouae
keeipers and alau collected odda and
ends of wood from i now building,
which she split Into kindling and sold
by the bundle. She had a room at No.
221 Lewis a: reet. which Mra. Ida Moaco
wlts gave her In exchange for weeptnaT
tht tenement stairs.
Bridget collected til yaatarday, and
went awnv for the day, aaytng she had
some poor frlenda In Wlll.amaburg for
ahorn the money would buy the nm
real dinner they had en toyed In months.
S.e came In after midnight, laughing
and talking to herself as always, hut
apparently very weary. Her lc1y was
t I In .hi i'fir.1 h hurt ,t'..t
of exposure. Mho .had apparently gOM
to the yard to pick up ootrm mts of wood
for the Mltta stove in her rvuni.
Tot'nii on nniiKBYi.
(From tha Ixralflrltl rnirler-Jnumal.l
"Now they have complied a dictionary
of the monkey language. All foollah-
nesai no demand for such a thing."
"Oh! I don't know. Many people
would like to know what la being sung
t the musical oomedles."
mi mm mhii.h mi m iwi iiiim n an I in i m
in ii ' ' r y
Nothing is more annoying to re
fined woman than offensive perspira
tion or body odors. Those who have
used Tyree's Antiseptic Powder know
it to be tha only remedy which never
disappoints. For general uses de
pendable in all cases it should be in
every household. Unequalled as a
douche. Recommended by physicians
everywhere, as it contains no poisons.
One iSc box makes two gallons standard
solution. All druggists, or write for
booklet and free sample.
J. B. Tyres. Chesalet. WashlSMrten. P. C.
no zrn a camoE ron re.
aaverUMwnla tat Tea world smi ss Isfi m
sar ajasncaa lima Msiiessar Mem la la
Wrinkles arc only skin deep. The y arc
the result of a skin which has become
dry through lack of proper care and
nourishment. D. & R. Perfect Cold
Cream supplies the natural oil which
wrinkled skin needs and makes the
skin soft, but firm. It is the most
effective banishcr of wrinkles and
crow's feet you ever knew.
DAGGETT & RAMSDELL'S
Perfect Gold Cream
"The Kind That Keeps"
prevents and remedies chapped skin and
complexion blemishes. It has gained its
reputation among beautiful women every
where because it makes natural, clear, beauti
ful complexions. Tubes 10c, 25c, 50c; jars,
35c, 50c, 85c, $1.50.
When you intist upon Daggett A Ramsdell'g,
you are getting the best cold cream in the store.
Of course you wear silk hose in summer nil wrll dressed people
do. But how would you like to find a silk hos warm enough for
winter? Phoenix Double-Knit Silk Hose solves theproblem I Mad
of pure-dye thread silk and lined wilh lisle for weight and warmth.
Your daaler has Phoanix Silk Hose or can get It for you.
PHOENIX KN1TT1NO WORKS Phone, Stuyvtunt 790-45 Eut 17th Street
Two Special Offerings
of unusual and timely interest in
MEN'S WINTER CLOTHES
Garments the Embodiment of Style
Dm I Safer Another Bay Wiea Yai Can i
: a Few Ceit Flna at What
Tab leawly W II Da,
wtnt Tirr man tnd woman In
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fro trial bottl of T'rlc O. Tha offer Ii
unusual, and 1a mad to convinra Vl., that
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ll Trlr-O Kaeeks
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recommend the remedy to all eufferers of
thu dread'ul disease."
In dletrlbutlns theee samplre. we hone '
tho thoueands who think they are Incur '
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I'M' ii is send br drugsleta. st It .00
per bottle, or all kottloo for SS.00. gag
la unquestionably tha only ramedy to euro
tha terrible disease of Rheumstlsm. no
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STYLE includes beauty of fabric and perfection of fit. Yet ideal
fabric and fit do not of necessity mean Style.
So it's obvious that he who talks of fitting you well in
handsome materials may not give you one iota of Style.
And it's equally true that he who asks you to choose among some
sixty "styles" of ready-for-service garments is not offering you "Style"
but only "styles" a word which means simply "ways" of cutting tho
When Paquin of Paris designs a gown for women it is Style itself.
When a dozen modistes have copied this gown and it is sold in countless
shops then Style is no more. Popularity has taken its place and speedily
degenerates to the Commonplace.
True Style has naught to do with that which is Common.
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for men, and only as we need them, and where the average time from the
bolt of recently-selected fabric to your back is but a week, we have
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are Style itself.
This is a matter of artists' skill applied at almost the precise moment
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Winter Overcoat Special
Cut from 18.50 & 22.50
at Warren St. Only,
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Special persuasion to induce you to
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